Ada Zuba

Ada Zuba

Hello! I am 25 years old and I have two older sisters. I love to write and finding new hobbies! my aspirations are to become a writer as well as living my life to the fullest. I love spending time with my little chihuahua!

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  • Ada Zuba
    Published 2 months ago
    This Is Halloween!

    This Is Halloween!

    September hit and now all of the leaves are turning into their colors of orange, gold, red, and yellow. This means that Halloween is just around the corner. The easiest costumes to make are usually with makeup. Simple costumes are usually the cheaper and faster option for Halloween. So, here is a list of easy DIY Halloween costumes.
  • Ada Zuba
    Published 2 months ago
    Disney Plus

    Disney Plus

    Now, that streaming videos and shows is more popular than watching actual television, big companies such as Disney have found that they can make more money. It is true they can and they will, for I myself will fall to be a victim of getting Disney+ after it launches. On November 12, 2019 it will launch and the starting price will be $8.99 and I am assuming those are in USD. Here are some shows that will appear on Disney+.
  • Ada Zuba
    Published 2 months ago
    Misunderstood: 'How I Met Your Mother'

    Misunderstood: 'How I Met Your Mother'

    Sit-coms have been altered, and there is no longer a laugh track. Instead there is some awkward comedy and some hilarious moments, for example, Brooklyn 99 is legendary. We all love watching Friends over and over again, and seems no matter how many times I watch it, I am still laughing at the jokes. However, what if we are simply misinterpreting How I Met Your Mother. The story is told from the narrator's point of view, Ted Mosby, who is a helpless romantic living in New York city, finding the love of his life. All of his friends he has are all seen from his point of view. We might find the characters unrelatable at times. But maybe this is what the writers wanted? How so, you ask? Well, think about it, Barney is so unrealistically horny, and he wants to have no real relationship and just have sex. Much like Joey Tribiani from Friends, except the difference is that Barney takes all challenges, and basically has sex with anything or any woman that moves. Maybe this is just how Ted sees Barney, when realistically Barney is really just Joey Tribiani, but takes his game to the next level. Then, how perfect Marshal and Lily are—they are also probably not that perfect, again this is just how Ted Mosby sees them. Then, how perfect Robin is—she is always perfect in each and every episode, it feels like she has not once screwed up. Once again, this is all coming from Ted's perspective. It is not how the television wanted to show them. It was how Ted saw all of his friends. When he tells some of the stories, he sometimes has to go back and tell it again, or starts telling another story that is linked to another episode. That's what makes the show relatable. It is how Ted tells the stories, and how he sometimes can't remember certain aspects, so he just makes it up as he goes. Even Barney's apartment, his television was probably not the whole wall, but it was just really big, bigger than anyone has seen, however, Ted probably saw it as a whole wall television. The life-size stormtrooper could actually be real. It is just the characters that are romanticized to how Ted Mosby sees things. Since everything is told from his perspective, then all the characters and everything that happens is not from the audience's perspective, but from Ted Mosby's, and I think that is why some people do not find it relatable.
  • Ada Zuba
    Published 2 months ago
    Ross Without a Laugh Track

    Ross Without a Laugh Track

    Friends is one of my favorite shows of all time. I have memorized most of the lines, I know the episodes off by heart, and the jokes make more sense to me now that I am older. My boyfriend recently watched a video on Facebook where the creator took away the laugh track, and added creepy sounding music to certain clips of Ross. I must say, dear Lord, I have never seen anything more mortifying. For example, there was an episode shortly after Ross gets a divorce, and the episode is about Ross's sandwich and how he gets upset about the fact that, I believe, his supervisor or colleague had mistakenly eaten this sandwich. You take away the laugh track, and Ross becomes one of the creepiest guys there is. Especially when he finds out that Donald had eaten his sandwich. His facial expressions and his reactions all scream "serial killer."
  • Ada Zuba
    Published 2 months ago
    Review of 'The Best of Me'

    Review of 'The Best of Me'

    Another Nicholas Sparks movie has been made, and I once again came to be a victim to watch another romantic movie where somebody dies. Now, here's the thing about me when watching movies like The Notebook and A Walk to Remember. I do not cry when a person dies. I know it makes it sound like I am dead inside, or like something is the matter with me. For me, what gets the tears going is when the couple has their first terrible fight, or when the boy or man does something so romantic that it is unrealistic. The scene in The Notebook that made me cry was when Noah was yelling at Allie "What do you want?" by the car, because it is obvious that she wants him, but she is about to be married, yet she cheated on Lon. They have this big fight and she drives off. I cried when Allie and Noah are already old and Allie suddenly can't remember why she is holding onto Noah. That is what really is tragic; being with someone for many years and then forgetting who that person is. For A Walk to Remember it was incredibly thoughtful for Landon to make her a giant telescope, and he set it up on her balcony, or when they got married even though they were both young.
  • Ada Zuba
    Published 3 months ago
    How to Plan a Wedding

    How to Plan a Wedding

    It is that time of year where couples are getting engaged, and planning their special day together. My wedding planning will be easier than some of the couples that I know. You usually see the bride doing all of the work, and all the man has to do is show up and wear a tux. I am lucky that my man wants to have a say in what colors go well together, and which ones do not. What place setting goes with which linens. I am lucky that we are planning our wedding, and not having just me planning my wedding. This part of the wedding can be stressful.